MCom Tuition Classes Fees

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₹ 2,000 to ₹ 4,000 per month

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Bindu A.

Kowdiar,Thiruvananthapuram

₹ 2,400 per month

Over 30+ years of Professional experience. Result oriented dedicated teaching. Classes according to the time of the student. Classes for Accountancy, Business Law, Income Tax, Indirect Tax, Auditing, Financial Management, Operation Research, Strategic Management etc. Classes for Plus1, Plus II, B.com, M.com, CA, CMA etc.

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Meghana R.

Jogeshwari East,Mumbai

₹ 10,000 per month

I am an experienced, qualified teacher and tutor with over 5 years of experience in teaching Tally, Adv excel and Basic computer . And 3 year experience in Teaching accounting across different boards including CBSE, ICSE, IGCSE and State Board.

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Raja M

Selaiyur,Chennai

₹ 5,000 per month

My Qualification is MA,M.Com,M.Phil (Commerce) and M.Phil (Economics) Very well I can handle Accountancy, Maths,English, Economics and Commerce for all levels. My teaching experiences in school level 09 years and college level 5 years.

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Dinesh Rjaput

Vidhyadhar Nagar Jaipur,Jaipur

₹ 5,000 per month

I am teaching from last 7 years with various institutions (eg. Gurkul institute, success point and mindshapers) Mostly students like my teaching style and friendly behavior. U know what is the best think about me you will never afraid in my class.

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C.A. Muhammad J.

Khidirpur,Kolkata

₹ 3,400 per month

I am a first class graduate. I have Qualified CA Final Group 1. I am pursuing CA FINAL GROUP 2 & CS PROFESSIONAL.

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Dr. Sanjay Hiran

KhargharSector 20,Mumbai

₹ 2,500 per month

Accounts, Taxation, Costing, Financial Management. Audit

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Company Accounts - Preparation of Financial Statements

CA Prashanth Reddy

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What are the Statutory Provisions relating to the Transfer of Profits to Reserves? Answer: As per companies Act, 2013 there is no requirement of minimum transfer of profits to reserves. The company can transfer any amount of profits to reserves as per its own judgement before paying dividends. Depreciation... read more

What are the Statutory Provisions relating to the Transfer of Profits to Reserves?

Answer:

As per companies Act, 2013 there is no requirement of minimum transfer of profits to reserves. The company can transfer any amount of profits to reserves as per its own judgement before paying dividends.

 Depreciation is calculated from the period when the asset is put to use as per INCOME TAX Act.

 

Managerial Remuneration: Section 197 AND SCHEDULE V prescribes overall maximum managerial remuneration. Managerial personnel means directors on the board of directors.

Summary of different limits based on net profit of the company is :

Sl. No.

Managerial Personnel

% of Net  Profits U/S  SECTION  198

(Maximum)

1.

Overall (excluding fees for attending meetings)

11%

2.

If there is one managerial personal

5%

3.

If there is more than one managerial personnel

10%

4.

Remuneration of part-time Directors:

(a)  If there is no manager or whole – time director

(b)  If there is a managing director of whole time director

 

3%

1%

 

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Income Under The Head Salary

CA Prashanth Reddy

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SALARY Relationship of the receiver with payer: Income under head salary is taxable only if there is employer, employee relationship between payer and payee. And this relation is said to exist only if there is control over the method of doing the work of other person. Control is said to exist if the... read more

SALARY

Relationship of the receiver with payer: Income under head salary is taxable only if there is employer, employee relationship between payer and payee. And this relation is said to exist only if there is control over the method of doing the work of other person.

Control is said to exist if the payer can direct what has to be done, when, how and by whom it has to be done, and the receiver is bound to follow all his instructions. This relationship is also called master - servant or principal - agent relationship.

Few common examples when there is no control of payer over payee are:

  • Partner of a firm-any salary, bonus etc. by whatever name called received by a partner from the firm shall not be regarded as salary.
  • Director who is not employee.
  • Members of Parliament.
  • Guest Lecturers etc.

    In all the above cases income of the receiver is not taxable under head salary.

    Taxability of Salary:

Particulars

Treatment

Wages for workers

The same would be treated as salary and would be taxable accordingly. There arises no difference between wages & salary.

Salary received by a partner of a firm

Such remuneration would be treated as business income since the partner is not an employee of the entity.

Director Fees

Sitting fees paid to directors for attending board meeting is not a salary but taxable as “Other Income”.

Director Remuneration

Any amount payable to any whole time directors who are also an employee of the company would be treated as salary.

In any other case, the same would be treated as the “Other Income”.

Pension to retired employee

Pension is paid in pursuance to the terms of the employment. Hence, any amount received as pension would be considered as “Salary” in the hand of the recipient.

Pension to the legal heir of the deceased employee

Amount received by legal heir of the deceased employee, who is not an employee of the organization, would be considered as the “Income from Other Sources” and not as “Income from Salary”.

Remuneration paid to teacher of any University / College

Any such remuneration would be treated as “Salary” if the terms of employment provide a condition for checking such any paper. However, in any other case, such income is considered as “Other Income”.

Voluntary Retirement payment by employer to employees

Since the employee would get the amount in accordance with the terms of employment obligation, the same would be considered as “Salary”.

Remuneration to the MP / MLA

Such income shall be considered as “Income from Other Sources” as there exists no employer / employee relationship.

Employer includes:

  • Former
  • Present
  • Prospective Employer

No Intention to Pay:

Agreement between teacher and management to pay salary to employee and another agreement by which an identical sum has to be returned by the same teacher doesn’t constitute salary because here salary is not real but fictitious. (Actual intention to pay is important)

More than one Employer:

  • Salary from each source is taxable under the head salary.
  • Ex: Mr. A works in two places as part time job. His salary from both places is calculated under the head’s salary.

Salary and Wages:

From income tax point of view there is no difference between salary and wages.

Contract of Service Vs Contract for Service

Wherever there exists employer-employee relationship there is a “Contract of Service”. In this employer can control and direct the work to be performed by employee. In this income received by a person shall be regarded as salary. Where there is no employer – employee relationship then two people enjoy the relationship of “Contract for Service”. In this the contractee can only be told what is to be done. There can be no specific instructions about how it is to be done. In this case income shall be taxable as income of business and profession or income of other sources.

“Contract of Serviceemployer, employee relationship whereas “Contract for Service” doesn’t result in such a relationship. Therefore any income from such relation is not to be taxed under this head of income.

Basis of Charge[Section 15]

Salary is taxable on receipt or due basis whichever is earlier.

Salary from more than one source

If an individual receives salary from more than one employer during the same previous year (maybe due to change in employment or due to employment with more than one employer simultaneously), salary from each source is taxable under the head “Salaries”. For instance, if a clerk works with two employers on part time basis, salary from both the employers will be chargeable to tax under the head “Salaries”.

Salary due or Received in foreign currency

If the Salary is earned in foreign currency, it will be converted into rupees.

  • Conversion rate: Buying rate on specified date.
  • Specified date: Last date of the month immediately preceding the month in which the salary is due / paid in advance / paid in arrears.

Computation of the salary in grade system

Ex: If any employee joins the service on 1-5-2013 and is placed in the grade of Rs.32,500 – 500 – 38,000 – 800 – 44,000. It means that:

  • He will get a basic salary of Rs.32,500 w.e.f 1-5-2013.
  • He will get annual increment of Rs.500 p.m. w.e.f. 1-5-2014 & onwards till his salary reaches Rs. 38,000
  • Thereafter, he will get on annual income incremental of Rs. 800 p.m. till his salary reaches Rs. 44,400.
  • No further increment will be given thereafter till he is placed in other grade.
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Lesson Posted on 08/12/2018 Tuition/MCom Tuition Tuition/BCom Tuition/Cost Accounting

M.COM SEM 2

SHEZAD LALANI

I can teach financial accounting, cost accounting, financial Management, direct Tax,indirect tax

Transfer Pricing It is the price set up by the selling division to buying division for the supply of intermediate goods or services Transfer price can be TP=Variable Cost TP=variable cost + Fixed Cost +profi TP= Standard Cost TP= marginal Cost read more

Transfer Pricing

It is the price set up by the selling division to buying division for the supply of intermediate goods or services

Transfer price can be

TP=Variable Cost

TP=variable cost + Fixed Cost +profi

TP= Standard Cost

TP= marginal Cost

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